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  • :[[Prince_Vault:In_memoriam/February_22]] Prince And The Band :[[Prince_Vault:In_memoriam/September_18]] My Name Is Prince
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  • |Page name = Prince Albums ==Prince Releases==
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  • |Page name = Prince Singles ...e if they were available for purchase. Jukebox singles are not eligible as singles if they haven’t received a proper retail release (example: Baby I’m A S
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  • |performer = [[Sheila E.]]; [[Prince]] ...niversaries/June 7|7 June 2019]] - [[Album: Originals|Originals]] album ([[Prince]] version)
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  • Below are all [[Prince]] albums that have charted the [[The Billboard 200|The Billboard 200 Chart] ...um hits in the US black charts and the [[Billboard Hot 100 Chart]] for the singles' on the US pop charts.<br>
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  • <b>Live At The Aladdin Las Vegas Sampler</b> was made available in 2020 as a posthumous digital release, for download and streaming. ...Book:_The_Vault|'''The Vault: The Definitive Guide to the Musical World of Prince''']] ''by Per Nilsen & jooZt Mattheij, with the UPTOWN Staff'' (Uptown, 200
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  • ...wo''') is the 39th full-length studio album by [[Prince]], and the final [[Prince]]-related album to be released during his lifetime. It was released digital ...the stores after his unexpected death. It is therefore not considered as a posthumous album.
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  • Below are all [[Prince]] albums that have charted the [[UK Albums Chart]] from 1978 to present day Visit [[UK Singles Chart]] for an history of [[Prince]]’s single hits in the UK.<br>
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  • ...fore his death, this marks the first posthumous release of material from [[Prince]]'s vault. ...14 April 2016-2|14 April 2016 (show 2), Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA, USA]], [[Prince]]'s last ever concert.
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  • Below are listed all [[Prince]] albums that have charted on the '''Billboard Top R&B/HipHop Albums''' fro ...pop charts and [[Billboard R&B Chart|Billboard R&B Singles Chart]] for the singles' on the US black charts.<br>
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  • [[NPG Records]] / [[The Prince Estate]] / [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_Bros._Records Warner Bros. ...pril 2019]], becoming [[Prince]]’s eight compilation album and the fifth posthumous release. In 2020, the album received a wider retail release in Japan only,
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  • ...first official posthumous release, announced six months to the day after [[Prince]]’s death, and released seven months after, in November 2016 (more than t ...rg/wiki/Warner_Bros._Records Warner Bros.]-era recordings under the name [[Prince]] from 14 studio albums, released originally between 1978 and 1993, as well
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  • ...The Times ''Super Deluxe Edition''</b> is the deluxe remaster box set of [[Prince]]’s ninth album [[Album: Sign O’ The Times|Sign O’ The Times]], inclu | date = Sign O’ The Times - The Singles
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  • ...Vault:Selected_anniversaries/June 7|7 June 2018]] (which would have been [[Prince]]’s 60th birthday) with the release of the track [[Mary Don’t You Weep] ...]], who worked for [[Prince]] until July 1983 as well as candid shots of [[Prince]] including never before seen photos.
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  • [[NPG Records]] / [[The Prince Estate]] / [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legacy_Recordings Legacy Recording ...<b>The Versace Experience (Prelude 2 Gold)</b> is a compilation album of [[Prince]]’s studio work, initially given away as a promotional cassette to attend
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  • ...rince]] single, released two years after his death. The single contained [[Prince]]'s original 1984 studio version of [[Nothing Compares 2 U]], a song he gav ...ailable at the same time on the official [[Prince_Streaming_Video_Channels|Prince YouTube]] channel.
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  • |album name = Prince And The Revolution: Live |introduction = '''Prince And The Revolution: Live''' is a digital live album of remastered audio fro
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  • ...tp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legacy_Recordings Legacy Recordings] covering [[Prince]]’s post-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_Bros._Records Warner Bros.] Notably absent was [[The Most Beautiful Girl In The World]], [[Prince]]’s first release under the name [[File: SymbolSmallerBlue.png|link=Alias
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  • ...ks recorded during her career including [[I Got Over It]], co-written by [[Prince]]. The tracks were assembled by her sister Jan Carter and her friend Kathy ...latter included a cover of [[Crazy You]], her brief collaboration with [[Prince]] was unknown to the public until 2018, the year following [https://en.wi
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  • ...://www.calhounsquare.com/ Calhoun Square] shopping district, highlighted [[Prince]]’s love for Minneapolis. ...[[Single: Gold|Gold]], the second commercial single to be released from [[Prince]]’s 17th album [[Album: The Gold Experience|The Gold Experience]], and wa
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